Washer tub dampening strap. If the washing machine tub is off-balance, then one or more of these straps may have broken.
Washing machine agitator assembly.
Washer drive belt. The new belt will seem too small during installation. However, it will stretch and we offer a belt tool to help.
Washing machine drain pump assembly. The drain pump pushes water through the drain hose during the drain cycle. If the drain pump is clogged, damaged, or defective, the washer won't drain properly.
Washing machine main tub bearing. Located at bottom of outer tub. The tub bearing helps to keep the inner tub spinning smoothly.
Washing machine main tub seal. If the washer leaks around the center shaft then the main tub seal is likely defective.
Lid switch and wire harness assembly. The lid switch assembly prevents the washer from spinning if the lid is open. If the washer won't spin, but will agitate, the lid switch might be defective.
Washing machine corrugated drain hose, 4-1/2 feet. If the drain hose is cracked, it will leak water during the washer's drain cycle.
Washing machine agitator drive bell (also called the coupler). The drive bell connects the transmission drive shaft to the agitator base.
Hub nut for top-load washer. If this nut is stripped or damaged, the washer may be noisy.
Nut size is 1 11/16"
Split ring bushing at outer tub
Wrench for removing and installing washer tub retainer nut on General Electric & Hotpoint top load washing machines
Washer tub bearing. This tub bearing helps to keep the inner tub spinning smoothly.
Service kit belt tool
Hose from outer tub to the drain pump